Brightberry gets featured in the news!

 

ndustrial designers are problem-solvers, so Mateya set to work to find a better solution to their children’s tableware dilemma and started Brightberry

Yay, we got featured in the news!
It's a story of how it all started for us, our product development, and winning the prestigious award for our designs.

Excerpt from the article:

They say necessity is the mother of invention, and that was certainly the catalyst for this award-winning children’s tableware created by Mountain Creek parents Mateya and Uros Lotric.

The industrial designers, who came to Australia a decade ago from Slovenia with their son Lan, now 12, had to buy new eating utensils for daughter Lara, now 3, when she first transitioned to solid foods.

But the couple were unhappy with the bowls, plates and spoons available specifically for toddlers.

“Everything we bought in products were too small, the wrong design, staining easily or the suction didn’t work,” Mateya recalled.

“I said to Uros, ‘Oh come on. This is our opportunity. We should do something about it’.”

Industrial designers are problem-solvers, so Mateya set to work to find a better solution to their children’s tableware dilemma and started the...


Read the full story here:
Feeding little ones was a nightmare until this couple served up a solution
https://www.sunshinecoastnews.com.au/2021/10/26/clever-couple-makes-mealtime-a-breeze/

Written by Shirley Sinclair, Photo by Warren Lynam